MFLA served as sole fiscal agent, working with sponsors and partners who underwrote all summit costs to ensure its success.
The Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles is partnering with the City of Los Angeles on this water conservation campaign created and marketed by L.A.-based design firm Omelet.
Summer Night Lights drives community engagement by offering programming during the evening hours in 32 parks across Los Angeles.
Embedded with LADOT, the one-year fellowship developed an action plan for Los Angeles to take advantage of technology as it looks to develop transportation solutions.
With a jumpstart in funds from MFLA to cover more than half of the cost of the first year, LA’s College Promise will guarantee one year of free community college to LAUSD and affiliated charter high school graduates.
As the population of LA County gets older, Purposeful Aging LA ensures that the City remains focused on their needs and ready to deliver.
Great streets come alive when they’re home to great businesses. We’re partnering with Mayor Garcetti’s Great Streets Initiative to give local small businesses a boost.
We’re supporting public art and cross-cultural connections via Pacific Standard Time, a unique arts collaboration led by the Getty Foundation.
President Obama’s Promise Zones initiative supports underprivileged urban areas across the country, bringing together local partners to expand economic opportunity.
The Entrepreneur in Residence program appoints two veteran entrepreneurs to find ways for LA to be more innovative, more efficient, and more startup-friendly.
With resources from the Bechtel Foundation, the Water Data Fellow tracks and analyzes the city’s progress toward its goals for public display.
Angelenos can take meaningful, personal steps to address L.A.’s homelessness crisis through Mayor Eric Garcetti’s new Welcome Home Project.
The Fund will support an Arts Plaza underneath the to-be-constructed new 6th Street Bridge.
A customer-focused business resource portal that makes it easier to do business in the city of Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Innovation Team works in partnership with City agencies to design and deliver projects that improve the quality of life for Los Angeles’ residents.
Leaders from all over the U.S. and China came together September 15-16, 2015 in Los Angeles to discuss climate change at the first ever Climate Cities summit.
The Sustainable City pLAn is a roadmap for a safe, prosperous and livable Los Angeles for all – now and over the next 20 years.
With a simple $11 donation, you can play a pivotal role in getting a veteran into a place called home.
HIRE LA's Youth is an innovative program that offers students and young adults job training, workforce skills development, and employment opportunities within the private sector.
The DART program is managed in partnership with nonprofit organizations dedicated to counseling and support and who possess the training and expertise required.
The MFLA & First Lady Amy Elaine Wakeland led an effort to replace care packages for homebound senior citizens.
Los Angeles, New York City and Chicago team up to co-chair a program that supports naturalization programs for legal permanent residents.
The Operations Innovation Team project tackles comprehensive reform of the City's key operating systems.
The Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles is proud to support the restoration of the LA River by acting as a convener and coordinator of private resources.
Summer in Los Angeles has never been better and the Mayor's Fund is proud to be involved with a number of programs that are benefiting our city's youth.
The Fund is excited to support Brand LA, an initiative focused on communications programs and events that showcase LA as the epicenter of creativity and innovation.